Triathlon events in Inverness August 2018

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If you are looking for local triathlon events look no further. Whether you are looking for a Super Sprint triathlon to ease you in, an impressive Olympic distance for a massive challenge, or want to really push yourself with a Half Ironman or full Ironman, here you can find details of a huge range of local triathlon events in both the UK and all over the world.

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Sprint Triathlons in Inverness August 2018

The Capernwray Sprint Triathlon Series consists of 4 events, 1 per month in June, July, August & September, each taking place on Wednesday evenings at 7 pm (6 pm in September). Each event is a 500m open water swim in Capernwray Quarry, followed by a 20k road cycle and 5k out and back run on the Lancaster Canal towpath. It's a fantastic venue for a great price, ideal for novices as a first open water event or elite competitors as a mid-week sharpener!

Capernwray Mid Week Sprint Series – Race 3

Capernwray, Lancashire, GB

Will you conquer 'the toughest physical challenge in the UK' - the Snowman Legend 71.6 in 2018?

This epic race holds a special place in the hearts of everyone who has experienced it and features everything that makes this Always Aim High event one of the 'must do' races of the season!

Featuring a breathtaking swim in Llyn Mymbyr at Plas y Brenin (the national mountaineering centre), the competitors then take on a truly epic cycle through the heart of the Snowdonia National Park.

For competitors taking part in the Legend 71.6 and Full distance races, the Snowman offers one of the toughest 'runs' the UK has to offer - to the summit of Moel Siabod and straight back down to the finish line at Plas y Brenin! Sprint runners will race on a much flatter, but equally stunning course.

The Snowman Triathlon

Betws-y-Coed, GB

Welcome to the Aviemore Triathlon - an exciting, challenging, fun, and a little bit bonkers off-road Swim + Mountain Bike + Trail Run race.

There are two courses to suit all abilities from newcomers to racing snakes. Both are based on the beautiful Loch Morlich and Glenmore Forest in the heart of the spectacular Cairngorm National Park.

Long Hard Durty: 1500m Open Water Swim, 18km Technical Mountain Bike, 9km Trail Run -

Short Fast Durty: 750m Open Water Swim, 12km Mountain Bike, 5km Trail Run.

The event is also helping to raise money for the Badaguish Centre (Race HQ, Transition 2 and the Finish are located here) to help people with a disability enjoy an outdoor holiday. We strongly encourage participants to raise funds through sponsorship or donation for this amazing place, doing amazing work.

Aviemore Triathlon

Glenmore, Highland, GB
1 race
£46£66
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Half Ironman Triathlons in Inverness August 2018

Will you conquer 'the toughest physical challenge in the UK' - the Snowman Legend 71.6 in 2018?

This epic race holds a special place in the hearts of everyone who has experienced it and features everything that makes this Always Aim High event one of the 'must do' races of the season!

Featuring a breathtaking swim in Llyn Mymbyr at Plas y Brenin (the national mountaineering centre), the competitors then take on a truly epic cycle through the heart of the Snowdonia National Park.

For competitors taking part in the Legend 71.6 and Full distance races, the Snowman offers one of the toughest 'runs' the UK has to offer - to the summit of Moel Siabod and straight back down to the finish line at Plas y Brenin! Sprint runners will race on a much flatter, but equally stunning course.

The Snowman Triathlon

Betws-y-Coed, GB

Ireland is famous for the warm welcome it extends to visitors. Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and is Irelands largest city. It is located on the east coast of Ireland, overlooking Dublin Bay. Dublin City is surrounded by the greater Dublin area or Dublin County where visitors will find picturesque seaside villages, rolling mountains and rural hinterlandall within half an hour of the city centre. This provides an ideal combination of city and country environments in which to stage an IRONMAN event.

Dublin has a great sporting heritage through Irish sports of Hurling and Gaelic Football who stage their annual championships at Croke Park, along with one of the top European rugby teams, international running events, and even a stage of the Giro dItalia. IRONMAN will add to this sporting pedigree and combine both the best athletes in the world with newcomers to the sport.

IRONMAN 70.3 Dublin offers 50 qualifying slots for the 2018 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa.

Originally from: http://eu.ironman.com/triathlon/events/emea/ironman-70.3/dublin.aspx#ixzz4qNtyJxVc

Ironman 70.3 Dublin

Dublin, County Dublin, IE

Dn Laoghaire is a seaside town with a rich mix of cultural experiences, hospitality, a variety of leisure activities and the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains, making it the ideal setting and destination for the thousands of athletes and supporters who will visit in August 2018.

The race features a 1.2-mile (1.9KM) swim from Sandycove, home to the famous Martello Tower, in the clear waters of the Irish Sea in Dublin Bay, before taking athletes on a spectacular and challenging 56-mile (90KM) bike course. The course travels through some of the most scenic areas in the region, including County Wicklow, home to the Wicklow Mountains National Park and its glacial lakes, rivers and abundant natural beauty. Athletes will take in stunning coastal views and weave their way through the streets of the charming seaside town for the 13.1-mile (21.1KM) run, before finishing with Dn Laoghaire Harbour and Dublin Bay as the backdrop.

Ironman 70.3 Dun Laoghaire

Dublin, County Dublin, IE
1 race
€290€350

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